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Strained child care system addressed

Two virtual meetings are planned in the next week to help bring stability and positive change to the child care challenges being faced in Door County.  The United Way of Door County is hosting an overview on Tuesday of Door County’s current child care system and community members’ thoughts on improving it.  That will be followed by a virtual town hall with local legislators on Tuesday, May 25 to discuss Door County’s child care needs.  Community Impact Coordinator Christina Studebaker says the goal is for elected officials to hear directly from people with stories on the child care challenges being faced in Door County.

 

 

 

Studebaker adds that Door County has put a lot of effort and attention into child care in the last 15 months and believes it’s well-positioned to bring stability to the issue and be a source for change.  Tuesday’s overview of Door County’s current child care system will be from 6:30-7:30 pm.  You can find more information on “The Future of Child Care in Door County: Share Your Thoughts with Elected Officials and United Way of Door County” here.

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